You first heard from our President and most experienced Architect at our firm. Now, recently promoted from Intern Architect to Project Manager, Kirk Bauer tells us what it takes to make it in the industry crediting his successes to these traits.
With over 30 years in the industry, President of Fawley Bryant Architecture, Mike Bryant tells us what his experience has taught him.
The trek to Orlando was an early one, but it was good to get a head start as the day would be full of learning. From start to finish, I was at the AIA Conference for 10 hours,sitting in on lectures, panels, and keynotes, strolling through the thought-provoking expo. One resounding similarity, or theme, captured throughout the conference was the idea that architecture is the art of looking into the future while still acknowledging the past. Three of the lectures I attended focused on that theme.
Baseball. One word that has the power to take someone back to their childhood and bring up a library of stories, life changing memories, and long lived traditions. When we think baseball, we think tradition.There are no other spring training stadiums that capture the raw history and tradition of America’s favorite past time like LECOM Park does. Bradenton’s very own hidden charm takes home Best of the Ballparks in the Grapefruit League for the second year in a row. Now that’s a tradition we like to see.
Established 23 years ago, Fawley Bryant Architects has history. We’ve been a part of some of the most notable projects in the region, we’ve supported government legislation to implement change, and we’ve partnered with top business professionals from multiple industries. We’ve worked hard to establish our relationships, reputation and success. So when the Management Team and Owner, Mike Bryant,decided it was time to rebrand, it was a decision not taken lightly.
Every project we work on at Fawley BryantArchitecture is important. Whither it be a small skylight update or a brand newbuilding. We pride ourselves on making each new piece of work an opportunity tomake life better for our clients. But every now and then, there’s a projectthat comes along that makes us stop and think, “Wow, this is amazing.” TheLodge at Lakewood Ranch Golf and Country Club is just that. This 30,000 sq. ft.facility is the awarded outcome of fantastic collaboration, imagination andattention to detail.
We recently had the opportunity to present at an Atelier Talk for Center for Architecture Sarasota. Hosted on the campus of IMG Academy,Stu Henderson, our Director of Design, spoke about Fawley Bryant’s process for planning and designing for world-class athletes. We toured 40 members of the community through 5 of the buildings on campus...
Our third workshop was held August 3rd, and presented courtesy of Advanced Solutions. Jason Mounteer presented how to create and modify families. He included important advice along the way such as the importance of "flexing" your families to test the functionality of their constraints. Check out out the full presentation and information on our next meeting here.
June 29th marked the second date of our now (almost) monthly meetings. We will try to hold them the first Wednesday of each month, barring holidays or scheduling conflicts. The next meeting will be held Wednesday, August 3rd at 6:00pm and will be lead by a guest speaker from Advanced Solutions.
After weeks of hard work, our Restore Spaces team finally got to reveal their bedroom design last night at the showcase. We won the Community Choice Award with 110 votes! We are so proud of our team for their dedication to this project. Thank you so much to everyone who voted and supported us.
Check out photos from last night's event and our team's final work sessions.
The first SRQ BIM User Group workshop was a success! Juan Ocaña presented "Building on a Platform" which included a Revit demonstration and an open discussion with the attendees. Thank you so much to everyone who joined us. Check out our photos!
Our Habitat for Humanity Restore Spaces team got together this weekend to refurbish their purchased furniture. Check out our photos!
Our team is on their way for the Habitat for Humanity Restore Spaces competition. This week, they attended the "Shop and Grab" event to find used furniture for their room design. Check our our photos!
The SRQ BIM User Group is a new forum that brings together professionals from all facets of the building design and construction industry in Sarasota and its’ surrounding areas. Our mission is to find new ways to take advantage of the latest software technology to design, construct and manage the built environment.
The first meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 4th at Fawley Bryant's office.
Fawley Bryant is competing in the first annual ReStore Spaces to benefit Manatee County Habitat for Humanity. ReStore Spaces is designed to showcase Manatee Habitat ReStores and to build awareness of what Habitat has to offer in addition to affordable housing in Manatee County.
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